If you give a moose a Muffin
Standard:Reading standards for informational text key ideas and details 1. With prompting and support ask and answer questions about key details in a text. RI.K.1Speaking and listening Standards
Comprehension and collaboration
1.Participate in collaborative conversations with diverse partners about Kindergarten topics and texts with peers and adults in small and larger groups. Follow agreed upon rules for discussion. SL.K.1.a.
In this lesson the main objective will be to retell a story in sequential order. The class will also graph which type of muffin is most popular with among the class. The class will also make muffins and serve them to each other to practice measuring ,friendship and courtesy. The assessment will be a self-evaluation of how the student participated in all activities that were based on the book. The level of attainment is that the student honestly evaluates herself and understands where,if any,areas of improvements are needed and together we can formulate a plan as to how to achieve that goal.
I will draw on the prior knowledge of the students and ask them if they have read any their of Laura Numeroff's popular stories, such as , “If you give a pig a pancake”. I will ask them if they know what is “common: in all the books. After the class has discussed the commonalities, I will then remind them that every book has an order of event or a sequence. I will inform them that as I read,”If you give a moose a muffin”, they should be listening for the events that happen one after another.
Body: We will read the story and I will ask the class to draw upon the page before and recall what happened. I will then ask them to infer what they think will happen next. After the story, we will use the sequencing cards as a group to determine what order the events occurred in the story.
As a group the class will graph what type of muffin is their